Featured Artist Gail Golden

Artist Gail Golden found her voice and passion in the art of jewelry-making. She creates jewelry designs with gold, silver, and gemstones.

Featured Artist Jo Ann Graham

My goal is to have the resulting shapes and forms of my jewelry connect and interact with the wearer’s own kinetic experience, thus allowing for a sense of harmony and grace.

Featured Artist Dawn Middleton

When I consider a stone or precious metal, I’m able to connect with the life it holds, and its potential. This begins my process of visualization, coming from my center, and ultimately expressed through my art.

Featured Artist Sarah Mandell

The art of needle felting is something I discovered about ten years ago and have learned to love by practicing every day.

How Artists Earn: Wholesale and Online Retail

There are a lot of ways to make a living from your art these days: online retail, in-person events, consignment and galleries, old-fashioned word-of-mouth, and of course, wholesale.

Featured Artist Karin Alisa Houben

Karin Alisa Houben creates bead-woven, sculptural jewelry that draws attention to the diverse splendor and infinite detail of the natural world. See more of her work by visiting her website.     Frida Kahlo once said, “I paint flowers so they will not die.” I create beaded butterflies, birds, snakes, fish and other natural wonders […]

Featured Artist Luann Udell

My artifacts began as embellishment for fiber pieces. I wanted them to look truly ancient, to be authentic, NOT through blind reproduction, but by diligence and attention to detail.

Featured Artist Victoria Lansford

My work is inspired by two major themes: creation and transformation. Whether studying the origins of the cosmos or creation mythologies of various cultures, I find there is a recurring motif of chaos into order, which my own creative process mimics.

New Technologies for the Studio Artist

The range of print capabilities is growing to include printing in multi-color, and producing pieces that range from being rigid to very elastic.

Featured Artist Don Kelley

Many customers bring their family silverware to me to create heirloom pieces. The rich history of this silver has special meaning and connections to those who wear it.

Featured Artist Laurie Leonard

This “reinvention” of my art has been a very rewarding experience. Being completely self taught, the creative process for me is playing with an idea and learning from my mistakes. This can be very satisfying and very frustrating at the same time.

Featured Artist Cheryl Eve Acosta

These specimens found a home in the form of jewelry, which led to what my current work is about, sculptural jewelry inspired by the cycle of life.

Featured Artist Mary Hicklin

I share the ancients’ fascination with natural objects and make one-of-a-kind work from things that call out to me.

Featured Artist Louise Little

I love the transparency of glass. I love that I can make glass look like ancient stones born of the earth. I love its history and its influence in the world and try to mimic historical beads.